Medical Providers live by the oath to "Do No Harm."
What does that mean when providing care as part of the
military in Iraq? A general surgeon and a medic, who both
served in Iraq, give their different perspectives
on how to "do no harm." The surgeon believes that caring
for injured soldiers, enemy combatants and civilians
is doing no harm. The medic believes that refusing to
load his weapon and becoming a Conscientious Objector
to all war is doing no harm.
Produced and directed by Pepperspray videographer Patricia Boiko
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